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I also acquired this Kenmore juicer just today at a thrift store. It is virtually the identical juicer as the Waring Pro JEX328 Juice Extractor (only w/o the KE, for Kenmore). The manual can be found at the following link:
When juicing carrots, you'll want to keep your eye on the pulp being produced. You may need to empty the pulp collector after 8 to 10 large carrots before proceeding. It's easy to clean, as well as very simple to assemble and disassemble.
I really have no idea where to find a new one, but... I've got Jack Lalenne's Power Juicer, an older model, and I, too, have lost the jug bin. So, what I do, is use a plastic bag. I pull it over the whole opening through which the pulp comes out and add some scotch tape so it doesn't fall off. I'm pretty sure a paper bag could be used, as well. I know it doesn't answer your question, but it can be a temporary solution..!
Mine stopped working after only a few uses. It turns out that the safety microswitch button wasn't being depressed. The little button on the bottom of the pulp collector had broken off. (Image #1) I put a 1/4 inch piece of a shishkabob skewer in the hole before putting the pulp collector on. (image #2) It works fine now. It's still safe. The motor will not start unless the pulp collector (receptacle) is in place and locked in. Be sure to unplug the machine before doing this.